The Untold Truth Of Master P's Daughter Tytyana Miller

Rapper Master P is grieving the loss of his 29-year-old daughter, Tytyana Miller. The New Orleans native took to Instagram on May 30, 2022 to announce Tytyana's death and plead for privacy as he and his family mourn. "We appreciate all of the prayers love and support," the rapper shared in part. "Mental illness & substance abuse is a real issue that we can't be afraid to talk about. With God, we will get through this. #MyAngel"

Tytyana's brother, rapper Romeo Miller, also penned a heartfelt message following his sister's death. He took to Instagram to share: "We appreciate all of the prayers, love, and support, and although this is sad times, I'm forever grateful for the memories I did have with my amazing sister. Love on your loved ones, life is short." The entire family appears to be very close on the WE tv reality show, "Growing Up Hip Hop," so it is no surprise that they were hit hard by Tytyana's death.

TMZ reported that Tytyana was found unresponsive in a home in San Fernando Valley in Los Angeles, California on May 28, 2022. Although a cause of death has not yet been reported, Master P's mention of mental illness and substance abuse has resulted in speculation that Tytyana's ongoing substance abuse played a role in her passing. Her struggle was well documented in episodes of "Growing Up Hip Hop." Details of Tytyana's rather private life have surfaced amid her death. This is the untold truth of Tytyana Miller.

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Tytyana Miller's family tried to persuade her into rehab

As previously mentioned, Tytyana Miller's family often touched on the topic of her substance use on "Growing Up Hip Hop." During Season 2 of the show, Master P and Romeo Miller attempted to persuade Tytyana to check in to a rehabilitation facility. Sadly, the reality TV star explained she felt she could recover on her own. Her brother and father made it clear that they were concerned for her wellbeing. "I mean, you say that Tyty, but on the serious side, I think we should get some professional help just to make sure you stay on track," pleaded Master P. 

Tytyana's brother, Romeo, also chimed in about his friends' experience with substance use, seemingly hoping the anecdote would resonate with his sister. "I have friends that [have] been through this and it take two years of being completely sober to really be like you could walk away from this," he told Tytyana. The young woman's struggles were addressed again in Season 2 when Romeo and Master P confronted her about failing to reply to their text messages. "I think when people hide that they have a problem, they'll never overcome it," the record label executive said during the episode. After a stern conversation about Tytyana's behavior, the concerned father requested she take a drug test.

If you or anyone you know is struggling with addiction issues, help is available. Visit the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration website or contact SAMHSA's National Helpline at 1-800-662-HELP (4357).

She pursued an acting career like her father

Tytyana Miller had aspirations of becoming an actor prior to her death. The young woman had already begun her promising journey to stardom by earning a role in the 2017 film "A Mother's Choice." She starred in the drama alongside her sister, Itali Miller. If you're a fan of "Growing Up Hip Hop," this probably doesn't come as a surprise. It's clear that talent runs in the family.

Tytana's rapper-turned-business mogul father, Master P, has dabbled in acting himself. His long list of credits include roles in TV shows like "Girlfriends," "CSI: NY," and "Moesha." The rapper spoke about his passion for acting during an interview with Off Beat Magazine for his film, "#Unknown." "When you get to a certain level, you want to bring projects to life," he explained. "For me, it is almost like being two different people. I can go be a businessman on this side and come back and utilize my acting skills and my fanbase, just feeding them."

Tytyana likely had her father to turn to for acting advice given his years of experience. Her brother, Romeo Miller, shared that he benefits from his father's guidance when it comes to balancing his career in entertainment with his multiple business endeavors. "Growing up watching one of the best and most powerful businessmen to ever do it guided me to be the man I am today," Romeo said, per Off Beat Magazine.

Tytyana Miller's rapper mom faced hard times

By now, you know that Tytyana Miller is the daughter of legendary rapper and record label executive Master P. The late actor's mother, Sonya Miller, was also a rapper. Sonya went by the stage name Sonya C, but she retired the persona when she became a mother, per Patch. Sonya didn't have the easiest life, as she says her marriage to Master P was difficult. " ... at what point will the public look at me as a woman that was cheated on and left to fend for myself with seven kids while my husband lavished his life with the spoils of the industry?" she asked, revealing some of the hardships of her past relationship with the rapper, per Patch.

Like Tytyana, Sonya has also been affected by drug use. According to the mother's interview for Patch, it has been rumored that she struggles with addiction. These allegations gained traction when Master P claimed that Sonya abuses drugs. However, she claims that she's only ever observed her loved ones misuse drugs. "As far as drugs like crack, I grew up in the projects, crack was everywhere," Sonya explained. "I had family and friends on crack like everybody else." As for her life after divorce, Sonya has gone through a complete transformation. She revealed she enrolled in Pepperdine University to study theatre arts and journalism. The mom also began writing a book and pursued a modeling and reality TV career.

If you or anyone you know is struggling with addiction issues, help is available. Visit the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration website or contact SAMHSA's National Helpline at 1-800-662-HELP (4357).

Tytyana Miller's struggles were documented on Growing Up Hip Hop

"Growing Up Hip Hop" follows the lives of children of prominent families in the world of hip hop. In addition to the Miller family, the show's cast includes Damon Dash, Vanessa Simmons, Joseph Simmons Jr., and other faces you may be familiar with. As previously mentioned, Tytyana Miller's struggles were explored on the show when Romeo Miller and Master P decided to intervene out of concern for her wellbeing. While Tytyana was not one of the show's main cast members, her brother, Romeo, was one of the most prominent stars of "Growing Up Hip Hop."

Master P and Romeo exited the show in 2020 to focus on entrepreneurship. The father and son spoke on their departure during an interview on "The Breakfast Show." "I've been in this business for 19 years," Romeo said on the radio show. "I'm at a place where it's all about my inner peace. It's all about mental health and it's about growth." He continued on to reveal "Growing Up Hip Hop" isn't as authentic as viewers might think. "It's not about the money," he insisted. "I'm the highest paid on the network. I had to walk away because I can't sell my soul for money. I can't sell my soul for a storyline ... It's fake drama for no reason."

The late reality TV star has eight siblings

Tytyana Miller was one of eight siblings, many of whom are in the spotlight. Her most famous sibling is rapper Romeo Miller, aka Lil' Romeo. The musician reached the peak of his music career in the early 2000s. According to Celebrity Net Worth, Romeo released his self-titled debut album in 2001. After the release of his third album, "Romeoland," in 2004, the star began pursuing entrepreneurial endeavors, much like his father. Tytyana's sister, Cymphonique Miller, is an actor and singer who even starred on her own Nickelodeon show called "How to Rock." She's also been featured on "Big Time Rush" and other previously popular children's shows like "Phineas And Ferb" and "Winx Club," per The U.S. Sun. Vercy Miller is another aspiring actor in the family. According to IMDb, he has obtained roles in a few small films. Similarly, Veno Miller has snagged small roles in Nickelodeon shows, including Cymphonique's "How to Rock." He was also featured in the 2021 film, "Malibu Horror Story," per IMDb.

Intylyana Miller is an aspiring musician who shares music to Soundcloud under the stage name Princess Inty. As previously mentioned, rising actor Itali Miller starred in the movie "A Mother's Choice" alongside Tytyana. Hercy Miller opted out of the entertainment industry and instead is a promising student athlete. Finally, Mercy Miller is also passionate about sports but has yet to define a career path, per The U.S. Sun.